Vol. 14 / No. 2

By: Karen Goodrich-Hedrick and John D. Hedrick

Cruise of the United States Frigate Potomac

Sir Mortimer Wheeler’s dictum, “Dead archaeology is the driest dust that blows” is too often realized in ethnological specimens relegated […]

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Vol. 14 / No. 4

By: John D. Hedrick and Karen Goodrich-Hedrick

The Problem of Polynesian Origin

Who are the Polynesians? From whom did they derive? How were they able to reach the far-flung islands of the […]

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Vol. 17 / No. 3

By: John D. Hedrick and Karen Goodrich Hedrick

An Expedition to the New Hebrides

Melanesia—literally the black islands—stretches from New Guinea more than 4,000 kilometers southeastwards to Fiji. Some of the smaller islands in […]

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